They're not really bogus, but they're basically just glorified moisturizers. And that's what I use them for. I also really like this last one I got because it goes on really light for days I don't need too much moisture. I'll use the thicker ones when I have dry skin. And it's just a bonus that they're "anti-aging". I think the reason this one is so thin but also works so well at the same time might be because it has resveratrol.Hakik wrote: ↑Sun Nov 05, 2017 8:24 am
That's why your Amazon wishlist is filled with those bogus age reversing creams. BTW are those crows feet getting any better.
Also, if you end up going to Sweden. Don't forget to add a burka to your wishlist.
Then the sunscreens, I really need those because I have fair skin and don't really want cancer. They also moisturize really well, and also prevent aging via sun damage. So all these are just basic necessities really, but I might as well get some that multitask to keep me healthy and looking young.
Also, I learned that crow's feet don't count as crow's feet if you can only see them when you smile hard. So I don't actually have them. People tell me I look too close in the mirror because I see flaws I don't actually have. IDK.